Cohesive and charmingly designed, Morton Park welcomes a new era of modern living to Blackburn, modelled on the desires of owner-occupiers seeking sanctuary from the city.
Designed by renowned architecture firm Martino Leah, Morton Park offers 29 beautifully designed one, two and three bedroom apartments.
Morton Park’s facade is defined by colour and contrast. While dark tones occupy the ground floor, lighter coloured materials make up the upper levels, with natural brickwork bridging the change and creating a gradient effect.
“Classic architectural forms, refined finishes and a focus on detail make up Morton Park,” commented Stephen Leah, Director at Martino Leah.
Wild vines tie the innovative design together and allow Morton Park to blend in with the surroundings and complement the streetscape well.
The nature of Morton Park’s contrasting exterior is reflected within the apartments’ interior colour palettes. Much like the facade, the interiors are defined by two main tones, showcased through light joinery and dark fixtures.
Each residence was designed with owner-occupiers and downsizers in mind. This is apparent throughout the apartments' spacious layouts, generous internal areas and additional storage.
Considered and curated spaces with sophisticated finishes are what make Morton Park apartments. Oriented to maximise light while conscientiously incorporating clever storage solutions, the apartments are as functional as they are attractive.
The kitchen’s open-plan design and allocated bench seating encourage the whole family to use the space together, truly making Morton Park into a home. Continue to flip pancakes in the pan and chat to the kids as they make their way through the delicious first batch.
Bathrooms are elegantly founded on a neutral palette and high-quality finishes. Your morning shave or beauty routine will become instantly more enjoyable and the open shower makes for hassle-free mornings and easy evenings.
Living away from the constant noise of the city, residents of Morton Park will benefit from the slower pace of life on offer in Blackburn. Simply step outside your beautiful home and behold more beauty. Peppered throughout the area are parks, bushlands and reserves, each offering their own form of escape. Blackburn Lake Sanctuary is one of the suburb’s proud features, delivering 26 acres of natural wonder.
If you’ve worked up an appetite in the wilderness, pay a visit to Angelo’s Organic Natureland for a bite, or for a pick-me-up, Nuts About Coffee is the place to be. For those who find themselves powerless to resist the flavours of Italy, Bar Doh is known to serve Blackburn’s very best wood-fired pizzas.
If it’s a little retail therapy you’re after, there are four shopping centres in the surrounding area, including Westfield Doncaster. And, of course, living just a 22-minute train ride from Melbourne CBD, you’ll have a whole city of shops to choose from too.
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